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Take Your Walks Mindfully

Here’s one secret you should know: take your walks mindfully.

I always have good long walks. At times, 10,000 steps or more.

I can walk mindfully on the busiest street, park, mall, market, or some nature place.

Someone asks me, “Why, the long walks?”

Oh, because of my busy ego. Its weakness is trying to secure things that come and go.

Walks serve as my life’s address. 

Place when I can be in the moment. The “here and now.” Where life is possible, even if I’m moving.

Place where I see through my anxieties, the fears, the blaming, the overthinking, the wounds that linger, my ego.

Place where I notice and catch the beauty of the blue skies, the hills, the birds, the flowers and trees, or the raindrops.

Place when I’m richly nourished. In my body, my heart, my mind, my spirit. 

Every step I make in my walks brings me back to my life’s address.

The walks help me be much more creative and alive. A better member of the human race. A sensitive therapist and writer.

Breathe. Take life. One moment at a time. Walk. In every step, stay mindful and present.

Learn to take walks mindfully. And enjoying life prayerfully as it really is.

take your walks mindfully

“Walking is a miracle. Our true home is in the present moment. To live in the present moment is a miracle. When I breathe in and become fully alive, I see myself as a miracle. When I look at an orange mindfully, I see the orange is a miracle. When I peel an orange mindfully, I see that eating an orange is also a miracle. The fact that you are still alive is a miracle. So miracles are the things that you perform several times each day with the power of mindfulness. The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on the green Earth in the present moment, to appreciate the peace and beauty that are available now.” — Thic Nhat Hanh

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